Celebratory Confident Earnest Earthy Exuberant Freewheeling Gentle Gritty Intimate Laid-Back/Mellow Organic Passionate Playful Poignant Rollicking Rousing Sensual Sentimental Soothing Swaggering Warm Wistful. The Golden Age of Black Music: 1960-1970. Beginning slowly and soulfully with its first three R&B classics, this excellent 16-song package lives up to its title, while representing only a slice of the legendary black music from this worthy label. Arthur Conley never again came close to "Sweet Soul Music," but it's as potent a tribute to Southern soul as you could want. Aretha Franklin has almost a third of the tunes here, but who's complaining? Two tunes by the underrated Clarence Carter are a treat, as is the album-closing "Rainy Night in Georgia" by the dignified yet soulful Brook Benton.
Golden Age Black Music 77-88. Soul Hits Of The 70's.
This is a timeline documenting the events of heavy metal in the year 1975. The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Motörhead's original drummer, Lucas Fox, leaves the band. He is replaced by Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor. Gary Thain, bassist for Uriah Heep, dies from a heroin overdose on 8 December.
Don't Play That Song. Groove Me. 3 –Jackie Moore.
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Ace’s flagship Golden Age series continues to be among our best selling and most highly respected releases. After a short hiatus, we’re pleased to announce this new volume featuring 28 country recordings that made the Billboard Hot 100 between 1955 and 1963
Fender: The Golden Age 1946-1970 in pictures. Fender: The Golden Age 1946-1970 in pictures. By The MusicRadar team 2010-07-05T13:57:00. By Martin Kelly, Paul Kelly and Terry Foster. Fender: The Golden Age 1946-1970. Along the way, the company's instruments and amplifiers changed the face of popular music, and this is celebrated in Fender: The Golden Age 1946-1970 alongside images of some of the most valuable and rare guitars on earth, contemporary promotional material and previously unseen factory photographs. If you want to get your hands on this wonderful tome, MusicRadar is giving away six copies.
|A1||–Aretha Franklin||Don't Play That Song||2:57|
|A2||–King Floyd||Groove Me||3:01|
|A3||–Jackie Moore||Precious Precious||3:25|
|A4||–Wilson Pickett||Don't Let The Green Grass Fool You||2:46|
|A5||–Wilson Pickett||Don't Knock My Love (Part 1)||2:13|
|A6||–Roberta Flack||The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face||4:18|
|A7||–Aretha Franklin||Day Dreaming||3:57|
|A8||–Spinners||I'll Be Around||3:08|
|B1||–Spinners||Could It Be I'm Falling In Love||4:13|
|B2||–Roberta Flack||Killing Me Softly With His Song||4:46|
|B3||–Aretha Franklin||Until You Come Back To Me||3:25|
|B4||–Dionne Warwicke* & Spinners||Then Came You||3:57|
|B6||–Roberta Flack||Feel Like Makin' Love||2:58|
|B7||–Spinners||They Just Can't Stop It (Games People Play)||3:32|
|81912-1||Various||The Golden Age Of Black Music (1970 - 1975) (LP, Comp)||Atlantic||81912-1||US||1988|
|781 912-2||Various||The Golden Age Of Black Music (1970-1975) (CD, Comp)||Atlantic||781 912-2||US||1988|
|781 912-2||Various||The Golden Age Of Black Music (1970-1975) (CD, Comp, Club)||Atlantic||781 912-2||US||1988|
|TC 781 912-4||Various||The Golden Age Of Black Music (1970 - 1975) (Cass, Comp)||Atlantic||TC 781 912-4||Greece||1988|
|781912-1||Various||The Golden Age Of Black Music (1970 - 1975) (LP, Comp)||Atlantic||781912-1||UK & Europe||1988|